The CEO of ETS, Amit Sevak, sees opportunities for innovation in the new demands schools and society have for tests.
A district in Missouri is looking for a career and technical education summer program, while a system in Texas seeks a universal math screener.
Digital instruction and assessment has grown over 20 percent during the pandemic, and the market is expected to climb over the next few years.
The coronavirus has forced a number of assessment providers to place new emphasis on non-testing product lines.
More than 658,000 students in the state now have access to Nearpod, an instructional platform that includes formative assessments.
An EdWeek Market Brief survey asks about how districts plan to spend federal money — on social-emotional learning, curriculum, PD and other needs — over the next two years.
As we start a new decade, EdWeek Market Brief checked in with two ed-tech CEOs to learn what they think the future holds for the industry as it serves K-12 schools.
The Nashville school system is looking to purchase a “STEAM” program, and the Kansas City district has put out an RFP for web-based assessment.
EdWeek Market Brief asked teachers about which types of digital tools make it much easier to personalize learning.
Educators’ influence on district purchasing decisions varies by the type of product that’s being marketed to their school systems.